Rhino 5.15 [array]

“Working with the array command”

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  1. Begin with an open Rhino drawing with a given line/curve/object/block that you would like to array (copies of an object laid out in a specified number of rows and columns).
  2. Select Transform>Array>Rectangular or type “array” and press enter/return.
  3. Now select the object you would like to array and press enter/return.
  4. Next, you will need to specify the number of units you would like repeated in each direction (x, y, & z).
  5. Rhino will now ask you for the spacing in each direction. You can type in the distance or you can select two reference points on screen. Press enter/return when you are done.
  6. You will now have a series of repeating objects laid out in the specified number of rows and columns.


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